By Laura Ruby
"If i actually desired to open up, i would confess that i actually am the liar everybody believes I am." High-school junior Tola Riley has eco-friendly hair, a nostril ring, an perspective challenge, and a passion for fairy stories, that are a very good get away from actual existence. every body thinks she's loopy; every body says so. each person other than Mr. Mymer, her paintings instructor. He will get her work and shall we her hand around in the paintings room in the course of lonely lunch classes. yet then rumors commence flying and Tola is all of sudden the heart of a scandal. the complete city is judging her—even her relatives. whilst Mr. Mymer is suspended for what all people thinks is an affair, she has no selection yet to damage her silence. Fairy stories will not support her this time . . . so how can she inform the reality? And, extra importantly, will a person think her?
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Comments ) “I only spent three days in the classroom, so it isn’t as if I know the girl, or have any idea what really happened. I can tell you, however, that she did not take well to criticism. She seemed to be under the impression that she was some sort of artistic genius. And she’s not the only one. I blame the parents. Too many of them spoiling their little darlings rotten, telling them they can do no wrong. We’re raising a generation of lazy brats with an oversized sense of entitlement. ” —Belinda Stumpf, substitute teacher “The first time I saw her, it was the sixth grade.
Miles Rosentople, classmate “OMG! That girl is a complete freak. Like a cross between Dracula’s ugly little sister and, I don’t know, a hobbit. I can’t believe anyone in the universe would risk his job for her. ” —Heather Whitestone, classmate “I wouldn’t say she was a liar. More like a storyteller. Always going on about Cinderella and Snow White and whoever. Ask her who dyed the cat blue, and she’d tell you that the fairies did it. Ask her who ate all the cookie dough and threw up behind he couch, and she’d tell you some crap about dwarves.
I glanced at the clock. Finally, the bell. The other kids filed out of the classroom. I brought the bag up to his desk. “I have something to show you,” I said. Up close, his eyes were blue enough to hurt. ” “Okay, Tola. ” I slipped the fairy house out of the bag and held it out to him like a birthday cake. My new teacher took the house and examined it from every side. ” “It’s a house,” I said helpfully. ” He peered inside one of the slanted windows. ” He shrugged. “Right. ” “I mean, why a house?